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Sensor Heads Handle Long-Range Detection

Jan. 31, 2014
A line of sensor heads support signal detection at 35 GHz and other frequencies.

Model SRU series sensor heads are designed for long-range distance detection. The sensors are available in four configurations: single-channel, dual-channel sensor, single-antenna, and dual-antenna models. The single-channel units are designed for speed and distance sensing only, while dual-channel models can sense speed, distance, and direction. The single-antenna versions are constructed with a high-performance horn antenna or lens corrected antenna; a linear-to-circular polarizer and transmit/receive (T/R) diplexer; a single-side-band frequency upconverter or modulator; a balanced mixer or in-phase/quadrature (IQ) mixer; and an amplifier and a high-performance Gunn oscillator. For the dual-antenna models, the additional antenna is used and no diplexer is needed. Standard models operate at 35 GHz, although other frequencies are available upon request.

Ducommun LaBarge Technologies, 23301 Wilmington Ave., Carson, CA 90745; (310) 513-7214, (310) 513-6274, FAX: (310) 513-0206.

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